Bible- Code Prophecy
Prophecy concerning, "Doubting Thomas!"
(Part 5 of 6 parts)
Mene, mene, tekel, uparsin:
The banner-pole picture bible code
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of this 200-word bible code!)
The second half of the banner-pole bible code reads:
More than a piece (or, 'a pole'), he cut off;
she was severed in two!
Concerning her, wrath is pent-up from God;
They put God to the test!
Yet, God will test them, O' banner-pole of Thomas,
to test them indeed, O' great tree!"
Or, the second half of this bible code
can also read:
More than a piece, he cut off; she was severed in two!
Against her, wrath is pent up from God! They put God to the test!
"You (too) ran from God!"
"Flee, O' Thomas, to the banner (of the cross)
---to the Flawless One of God, Flee, O' Thomas!"
(Thomas remained shut up by God, having fled to the banner.)
(Every aspect of this bible code was fulfilled in the life of Thomas.
He is the pattern of all who doubt like him. Compare with John 20:19-31.)
Who is Thomas?
Who is the one doing the investigating and measuring of Babylon? The bible code answers itself: It is "Thomas." But the context leaves one to assume that it is actually the Spirit of God within Thomas that is doing the measuring.
I believe that by Thomas testing the banner of God, he is also testing the patience of God (and is thereby being tested by God), just as sinful men tried God's patience at the cross, and by so doing were tested ("weighed in the
balances") by God.
The difference between Thomas and sinful men appears to be that of the motive of the heart: Thomas
wants to believe, yet could not (without proof), but sinful men choose not to believe
despite proof --- because they do not want to follow Jesus. Thomas is rebuked
and forgiven for his sin. But if Thomas is rebuked by Jesus (cf., John 20:27) for not believing, "How then shall the ungodly and the sinner fair on the day of judgment?" (1Pet. 4:18.) The bible code
answers this fearful question too.
But who is Thomas?
The measuring of the banner-pole:
The banner-pole, as well as Babylon, is itself being measured and divided. The second part of the bible code reads:
"...On account of its height, he will measure it."
Interestingly, the pole is itself long, and can be measured. It measures 6 x 6 x 3 (x 2) letters (or, 6 x 6 x 6). We discuss what 6-6-6 has to do with Babylon elsewhere.
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